Two police departments investigated sexual assault allegations against Christopher Pincher, a man thought to be part of the MP Christopher Pincher.
Two alleged incidents were the subject of complaints. One was in London in 2010 and 2012 and one in Staffordshire in May 2019.
According to Channel 4 News, neither the Metropolitan nor Staffordshire forces took any action in either case.
BBC News reached out to Mr Pincher for comment.
The Tamworth MP previously denied Channel 4 News that he knew of the allegations until he was contacted directly by the broadcaster.
Staffordshire Police stated that its case was dropped when the complainant indicated that they didn't want to pursue it further.
After receiving the report, the force stated that no arrests had been made.
The Met claimed that it received a report from a third party in December 2013, detailing an alleged case of sexual assault.
It said that officers conducted several inquiries, including talking to the victim.
"There were no arrests. After these inquiries, no further action took place."
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